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  • Jenn Agee
    Clemson university
    Hrd 830
    Coaching in the Workplace
  • Outline
    What is coaching?
    Similarities between coaching in the workplace and coaching athletics
    A coach’s roles
    How to be a coach
    Different types of coaching
    Peer coaching
    Self coaching
    Three-step coaching process
  • What is Coaching?
    Coaching is essential for employees to:
    Grow
    Develop
    Improve
    Coaching involves constant guidance and promotes relationships among workers, allowing them to work together and produce higher quality work.
    Convey information in an efficient and effective manner.
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  • Workplace & Athletics - Similarities
    • Relationships among workers/athletes View slide
    • Encourage working together
    • Motivate workers/athletes
    • Promotes growth & development
    • Training employees/athletes
    • Use of additional peer coaches and self-coaching
  • Learning to Coach
    Start by mentoring a single employee, focusing one a single aspect of job performance
    With success, new coach will add more employees, and focus on more aspects of job performance.
    Similar in athletics:
    Start as graduate assistant – responsible for minimal coaching tasks & smaller number of athletes, administrative duties, etc.
    Move to assistant coach – responsible for more substantial coaching, more athletes.
    Reach head coach position – full coaching responsibilities, managing entire team.
  • Peer Coaching
    Give introduction to company to new employees
    Give feedback and assist with everyday job performance
    Mentoring
    Leading by example
    “Inspire and direct athletes to their peak performance” (Craig)
  • Self-Coaching
    Employees are ultimately responsible for themselves
    Assess your own shortcomings and strengths
    Sometimes coaches are unavailable
    “The only thing harder than change is wanting to change but not knowing how to proceed. Self-coaching offers a structure to guide you through personal and career growth.” (Sullivan)
  • Three-Step Coaching Process
    Preparation
    Employee’s job performance – accomplishments, performance goals, action tasks, etc.
    Discussion
    Meet with employee, give feedback, tackle problems
    Follow-up
    Schedule follow-up meetings with employee, gathering feedback, improving coaching style
  • Questions?